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Open Schema Data

Description

Thanks for installing this simple plugin!

  • Use different JSON-LD markup on every page and post, if needed!
  • Use any valid JSON-LD type or class available! With this plugin, you aren’t limited to whatever form fields a developer decides to include.

Use any schema type you want! This plugin allows you to easily add highly customized JSON-LD schema markup to your pages and posts. For the most part, this is not a fill-in-the-blanks plugin. You must first create nearly all of the markup on your own. Check out the Schema Docs to help build your markup.

There are convenient ‘Author’ and ‘Website’ fill-in-the-blank form fields available for every post. I may add more in the future.

To ensure changes to your page or post markup, be sure to click the normal WordPress ‘Update’ button for the respective page or post.

IMPORTANT
The plugin automatically adds the appropriate script tags to the header page, so don’t add them as part of your structured JSON-LD markup inside of the meta boxes.

So, when adding a single item to a meta box, it might look similar to this:

{ “@context”: “http://schema.org”, “@type”: “Organization”, “url”: “http://yourorganization.com”, “name”: “Your Organization Name” }

When adding more than one item to a meta box, use brackets around all items and separate with commas; something similar to this:

[ {“@context”: “http://schema.org”, “@type”: “Organization”, “name”: “Your Organization Name”, “url”: “http://your-organization.com” }, {“@context”: “http://schema.org”, “@type”: “Person”, “name”: “Your Name”, “url”: “http://your-personal-site.com” } ]

Screenshots

  • Schema data box for pages.
  • Schema data fill-in-the-blank boxes for posts.
  • Schema data advanced box for posts.

Installation

How to install this plugin

  1. Manually upload the plugin directory to the wpcontent/plugins/ directory on your webserver or use the Plugins->Add New->Upload Plugin tool (if you have the plugin in .zip format). Additionally, you can use the Plugins->Add New->Search feature of the WordPress plugin page and search for ‘Open Schema Data’ and press the ‘Install Now’ button.

  2. After installation, click on the ‘Activate’ button; or go to the Plugins page, find the plugin and click on the ‘Activate’ link.

New textfield boxes should now be visible on each page and/or post that you have and create.

Contributors & Developers

“Open Schema Data” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.0.4

*Clarified description and fixed minor readme issues

1.0.3

*Clarified description *Added screenshots

1.0.2

*Slight changes to readme.txt

1.0.1

*Slight changes to readme.txt

1.0.0

*First version of the plugin